Off The Record Edinburgh
National Museum of Scotland
Chambers St, Edinburgh EH1 1JF, UK
** THIS EVENT IS NOW SOLD OUT - TICKETS STILL AVAILABLE FOR DUNDEE**
In association with the National Museum of Scotland, Off The Record is an event for young musicians and those who want to work in the music industry, and is open to anyone aged 16-25.
Taking place at the National Museum of Scotland on Saturday 17 November, the event will feature key figures from the music business taking part in seminars, workshops and advice sessions – all geared towards demystifying the industry and providing the key knowledge to get started. Representatives include BBC Radio Scotland, Polydor Records, DF Concerts, Live Nation UK/MAMA Festivals, Forth 1 Radio, EmuBands & loads more! Check out the full speaker line-up here.
Admission fee includes lunch & dinner, access to the Off The Record evening showcase in Edinburgh and an online discount code for the Rip It Up: The Story of Scottish Pop exhibition at the National Museum of Scotland. Tickets must be bought in advance.
TOPICS:Collection SocietiesReleasing MusicMusic StreamingWorking In MusicSongwriting and CraftGetting and Organising GigsMusic Publishing& more to be announced.
BREAKOUT SESSIONS:Some topics will be covered in smaller breakout sessions at the event which will require ticket holders to sign up in order to attend. These will be made available on a first come, first served basis and details on sessions as well as how to sign up for them will be available in the coming weeks.
Visit the website for updates and more info: www.otrscot.com
**A parental consent form is required from attendees under the age of 18. You can download one form here.**
Off The Record is not open to anyone over 25. However, we run plenty of events open to all ages. Sign up to our mailing list at www.borntobewide.co.uk for more info.
Accessibility Info: https://www.nms.ac.uk/national-museum-of-scotland/plan-your-visit/#access
Off The Record is supported by the Scottish Government’s Youth Music Initiative (YMI) programme, which is administered by Creative Scotland.
In 2018, The National Museum of Scotland presents Rip it Up: The Story of Scottish Pop, the first major exhibition dedicated to Scottish pop music, exploring the musical culture of the nation over more than half a century, from influential indie pioneers to global superstars.
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